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The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal - Stress rules and accents 1328
The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal Previous: Stress rules Accent marks The acute accent (') and circumflex accent (^) indicate stress, but also denote vowel quality: ' indicates relatively open sounds (that they are open means that they have a relatively low tongue position) ... - [detail] - [similar]
Webshops 1325
Webshops 24 July 2015 The solution is two clicks away, they sometimes say. It rhymes. Just a thought after receiving a vacuum cleaner part we ordered just yesterday evening. Copyright ©2015 van R. Harmsen . All rights reserved Economy menu This site's front door Colours: Boring Crazy Do ... - [detail] - [similar]
So he went – Chapter 1 1325
Writings menu Introduction Chapter 1 (previous page) Copyright © 1983-1992 by Rofotsez Chapter 1 (cont'd) When he opened his eyes, an elderly man stood before him. Though partly bald, long curls almost touched his shoulders. He had peculiar greenish eyes, the left one with a yellowish st ... - [detail] - [similar]
Long composite words 1325
Long composite words 25 June 2009 In Dutch (and German) composite words are written together as one word. A recent example is “Catshuisbranddebat”, Cats-huis-brand-debat. That's a debate about a fire in Cats's house. More elaborate: a debate in the Second Chamber of the Dutch parliament ... - [detail] - [similar]
Puxar, but don't push 1244
Puxar, but don't push Restaurant doors in Portugal have either ‘puxar' or ‘empurrar' on them. (Or was it ‘puxe' and ‘empurre'? Anyhow, the verbs are right). Because ‘puxar' sounds like English ‘poo-shar' this often leaves me puzzled: I find it difficult to resist the inclination to push ... - [detail] - [similar]
Portuguese words of Germanic origin 1239
Portuguese words of Germanic origin Although Portuguese is clearly a Romance language, one of the modern successors of Latin, it also has some Germanic loan-words. içar alar berma colcheia lastro, mastro grima escárnio içar Içar = to hoist, ‘erguer, levantar, alçar, alar'. The Porto Edit ... - [detail] - [similar]
Names ending in "-es" and "-ez" 1221
Names ending in ‘-es' and ‘-ez' Introduction Most Spanish surnames (or perhaps even all of them?) that end in “-ez”, like the Portuguese ones in “-es”, are paroxitones (which means that the stress falls on the penultimate syllable), and therefore require the acute accent (´). In Portugue ... - [detail] - [similar]
Fan page Cristina Branco 1221
Fan page Cristina Branco Uma história bastante pessoal, que conta o que a música de Cristina Branco e Custódio Castelo significou para mim durante o passado ano e meio. I think I must have heard her sing before 1999, but I have no clear memory of that. I have been interested in fado musi ... - [detail] - [similar]
The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal - Stress rules and accents 1208
The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal Stress rules 16/17 September 2009: This older description has been obsoleted by this adaptation . Backgrounds of the change are here . Monosyllabic words have the stress on that one syllable. Example: pais (parents). If there is an acute ac ... - [detail] - [similar]
Árvores em sobrenomes portugueses 1205
Lang Link pt Árvores em sobrenomes portugueses nl Bomen in Portugese achternamen en Tree names in Portuguese surnames pt Nomes em «-es» e «-ez» nl Namen op ‘-es' en ‘-ez' en Names ending in “-es” en “-ez” ia Nomines in “-es” e “-ez” See also Portuguese names in the English Wikipedia. Cop ... - [detail] - [similar]
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